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The Sudanese Central Committee of Doctors associated with the protest movement accused the rapid support forces of causing the death of a young man after torture during his detention in the city of Dilling in central Sudan, condemning the practices of the security services against the citizens. "The spirit of martyr Hassan Sharaf al-Din was raised on Saturday after being arrested three days ago and subjected to torture in the offices of the security apparatus and the national intelligence in the city of Dilling, South Kordofan state," the committee said Sunday (Sunday 21 July 2019).

The Committee did not clarify the circumstances and reasons for which Sharaf al-Din was arrested. "The practices of the heinous intelligence apparatus continue to claim the lives of citizens in illegal ways and are not subject to fair trials," she said. "We condemn and condemn these practices until the state of law and accountability is established."

"The changes in his body have begun … the forensic report has purposely died of torture," said a chant on the page of Qarfna (fall down). The opposition comments from a person presenting himself as a member of Hassan Sharaf al-Din's family. .

There was no reaction from the Sudanese authorities to the report, and a police spokesman could not be reached for comment.

Screenshot Facebook | Trauermeldung Hassan Sharaf El-Dean (Facebook)

Human rights organizations have repeatedly accused Sudan's National Security and Intelligence Service of committing abuses against citizens. The group led the bloody crackdown on protesters during the revolt against ousted Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on December 19. On Tuesday, the committee accused the Rapid Support Forces of killing a young man after being tortured and others in the city of Da'in in western Sudan.

Rapid support forces are paramilitary forces that are widespread, influential and widely feared by people in Sudan.

Delay dialogue

In another context, a leading leader of the forces of freedom and change expected to postpone the dialogue on the "constitutional document" to next week instead of next Tuesday, because of the consultations of civil and armed forces, hosted by the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa these days.

In Addis Ababa on Saturday, official consultations were held between the Revolutionary Front, which includes armed movements, and the forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change, in the presence of the African mediator, Mohamed Elhassan Labad.

"The consultations focused on the reservations made by the RUF on the political agreement signed last Wednesday with the Transitional Military Council, in addition to the vision presented by the RUF on the peace process and how to include it, In the constitutional declaration to be signed within the next few days.

Demonstrationen im Sudan (Reuters / M. N. Abdallah)

Demonstrations marking the 40th anniversary of the Khartoum massacre on 12 July 2019

For his part, the head of the Revolutionary Front, Malik Akar, head of the Popular Movement north, that the agreement with the negotiators of the forces of freedom in Addis Ababa is possible to include the position of the Revolutionary Front and the processing of reservations, pointing out that the talks focused on a possible period to address the problem of war and peace before the formation The government and after the sovereign council.

He predicted the arrival of the results of the clear within two days, to include the Revolutionary Front paper, contributing to the production of one paper in the name of the forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change lead to a just peace. He stressed that the survival of movements outside the peace system is detrimental to peace.

Negotiators from the forces of freedom and change and the Revolutionary Front, after the end of the first session of the negotiations, revealed that there was a consensus between the parties to include representatives of the Front in the negotiating team for the forces of freedom and change with the Military Council.

On April 11, the army overthrew President Bashir to end his three-decade rule, five days after demonstrators began a sit-in in front of the army's general headquarters in Khartoum to pressure the army to oust him.

After African and Ethiopian deliberations and mediation, army and protest leaders early on Wednesday signed an agreement to form a joint military-military council to establish a transitional administration to run the country for a 39-month period, one of the main demands of the protesters.


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